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Poetic Occupations: Artists as Narrator-Protagonists

@inproceedings{Richardson2013PoeticOA,
  title={Poetic Occupations: Artists as Narrator-Protagonists},
  author={Jack Richardson},
  year={2013}
}
  • Jack Richardson
  • Published 2013
  • Sociology
  • The Occupy Movements that characterized much of the latter half of 2011 in both New York City and abroad can be viewed as a process of laying claim to a particular space as a public space. For instance, Zuccotti Park, the now famous location of the origins of the Occupy Wall Street Movement (OWS), is a publically accessible park. However, its characterization as "public" is somewhat convoluted. A program established in New York City allowed developers to purchase space adjacent to or near their… CONTINUE READING

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